Some might see the advertising that says this is "the king of masked hero mayhem that only Avatar can deliver" and assume it's all swearing, nudity, and graphic violence, but this issue stays away from being too explicit. Of course, the sort of events that it would take to drive Dusk into this sort of dark territory would be horrifying and not for squeamish readers, but Gage and Viacava do well to keep most of it off-panel. A great introduction to what, hopefully, turns out to be a great series. Read Full Review
Viacavas work is solid, although not sexy and provocative. He delivers a straight story visually sticking closely to the story and not bringing innovation. Im not complaining. For a story stepped in the real world, its important to have something easy for the reader to identify with. He succeeds on that front. But I cant help wonder how this series would have looked if say the publisher had tried a crime noir feel. Read Full Review
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